Robert Francis Kelley Edit Profile
Graduate work, University of Paris, France, 1915-1916.
He received a B. A. from Harvard in 1915, a Master of Arts in 1917, and continued with postgraduate work at the University of Paris (Sorbonne). Kelley served in the U. S. Army during World War I and in the years immediately after the war. In 1922 he joined the State Department, and, in 1926, became the head of the newly created Division of Eastern European Affairs.
Kelley left the State Department in 1945 to join a private organization that eventually sponsored Radio Liberty, an anti-Soviet broadcasting service.
Served in the United States Army as Second lieutenant, October 1917-March 1918, First lieutenant, March 1918-April 1921. Member American History Association, American Society International Law, Phi Beta Kappa. Club: Metropolitan.